How's that for a distribution?

Like 75%* of the population is exactly on the mean.
10% of the population is at 0.
the rest are in a more or less nice normal curve around the mean.

*numbers eyeballed

Earlier today, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) observed an eclipse of the sun--a strange kind of eclipse that you can only see while orbiting Earth. The black disk of the New Moon passed in front of the sun, reversed course, and did it again:

Another fake jeff cliff website spotted in the wild.

Cool. I should put more interesting stuff on my website for these folks to mirror.

@frog-and-toad-are-friends@tumblr? :
> in 1605 [Don Quixote] was world-changingly popular, one of the first 'popular novels' as we know it today, and there were all sorts of people who were writing and publishing their own unofficial fan sequels to it, which was basically the first fan fiction, and then in 1615 the original author wrote an official sequel in which Don Quixote reads a fanfic about him and sets out on a quest to beat up the author who mischaracterized him"

always worth a reminder that while nasa does good work in researching climate change, and positioning mankind for space exploration... they are also a part of the US government, and there's a military presence involved.

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